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IT Assistant - Kebbi

Save the Children has announced a job opportunity for IT Assistant in Kebbi, Nigeria. JobsNigeriaPlus notes that the organization is a global not for profit organization with a focus on child care and child development. The opportunity is for ensuring the particular office in Nigeria has human capital that can enable the organization benefit maximally from its investment in IT infrastructure.

JobsNigeriaPlus notes that the job announcement for IT Assistant states that the successful candidate will provide IT technical support services to the to all field bases by providing computer training to users; troubleshooting, ensuring timely maintenance of all communication and IT equipment and provide IT based back up support.

Qualifications and Requirements:
  • A University Degree in computer Engineering or Electrical Electronics or equivalent subject.
  • Industrial working experience in a similar position. Proven knowledge of PABX, hardware maintenance and ability tosolve simple hardware problems; this includes set-up and management of network devices e.g; printers scanners,etc.
  • Solid experience in maintaining, troubleshooting and administering a Microsoft Windows-based (local area) network.
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Windows operating systems, including XP, Windows 2003, and Window 7, and Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc).

Method of Application
Interested and qualified for this job in IT technical support? Then send your C.V. and covering letter on or before 1st November 2012 explaining why you are suitable to
e-mail: Nigeria.Recruitment@savethechildren.org 

State position and location in the subject field as applications without appropriate subject will be disqualified. Also, applications received after the deadline will not be considered.
Save the Children states that the selection processes reflects its commitment to the protection of children from abuse.

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